Thousands still missing HIV treatment following CAR coup More than 15,000 people living with HIV in the Central African Republic (CAR) had their life-prolonging antiretroviral (ARV) treatment interrupted as a result of the instability before, during and after the 24 March coup by the Séléka rebel group. NGOs are now struggling to ensure these people resume their regimens to reduce the risk of illness, drug resistance and death.
June 11, 2013 - IRIN
The Coup's Facebook Problem: It Wasn't Censorship On Monday, The Coup's label Epitaph Records attempted to purchase a sponsored Facebook post to promote its new video for "The Magic Clap" (which is awesome, BTW) — and today, the Oakland hip-hop outfit's leader Boots Riley wrote on his Facebook page that he thought the site was censoring the video because of its political message. It turns out, according to Facebook, it was not a case of ...
June 8, 2013 - East Bay Express
Morgan Tsvangirai in The Australian This is, in a sense, a de facto military coup. They have rolled out military forces across the whole country, to prepare for a run-off and try to cow the population. It's an attempt to create conditions for Mugabe to win,Mr Tsvangirai said.
Manuel Zelaya in The Canadian Press In September, when the United States cut off all aid to the interim government that replaced him, Zelaya said "it is gratifying that the United States has taken a strong position against the coup."